25 Chiropractic Pages URLs

By Michael Dorausch, D.C. Chiropractors are expected to keep tabs on how many new patients their offices get each week, how many total visits the office had for the week, what were over-the-counter cash collections, etc. Keeping logs is extremely important for any business, and paying attention to what’s going on with your chiropractic website, is important as well. Moments ago I took a screen shot of the top 25 pages accessed during the month of November. I won’t review all of them, but I’m going to highlight about 10 (out of the over 20,000 different pages accessed) pages. We […]

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Chiropractic Morrisville

By Michael Dorausch, D.C. Morrisville chiropractors can be added to the list of mixed results when it comes to local search. There is an e-mail forwarded by chiropractors regularly when looking for referrals in different parts of the country. I noticed someone the other day was looking for a chiropractor in Morrisville and I wondered to myself “where is Morrisville?” (Mrs. chiropractic says Indiana) Turns out finding a chiropractor in Morrisville is more difficult than searching for a Cleveland chiropractor (Cleveland school versus Cleveland location), since there are multiple locations. Take your pick, there’s Morrisville New York, Morrisville Pennsylvania, and […]

Support Your College Alumni Association

By Michael Dorausch, D.C. I’m cleaning up my home office desk after Thanksgiving and I found a letter about becoming a lifetime alumni association member for Cleveland Chiropractic College (Los Angeles or Kansas City). I remembered wanting to bring this up before, but don’t recall doing a complete post. I really think it’s important for graduates of chiropractic schools to support their alumni associations. I didn’t necessarily feel that way at the time I was graduating, but 10 years later I can say that I’m quite thankful for my LA based chiropractic education, and I hope that many generations of […]

By Michael Dorausch, D.C. December is a good time for chiropractors to plan in advance what seminars, conferences, and continuing education events they will be attending in the 2009 season. I’ve noticed increased activity for 2009 seminar schedules from Parker, New Beginnings, Palmer, Schofield Chiropractic Training, the ICPA, Cleveland Chiropractic College, and others, posting 2009 schedules to the chiropractic seminars pages, earlier this month. For those that have them listed, we’ll probably put together a 2009 round of at the end of December, so chiropractors can make travel plans in advance. Among my personal list of must attend events, are […]

chiropractic planet – chiropracticplanet.com

By Michael Dorausch, D.C. It’s come to my attention that there are those on the Internet stuck in some sort of chiropractic dyslexia. While almost no one would ever notice entering the URL chiropracticplanet.com works just as easy as entering the term planetchiropractic.com. If you click on either one of those URLs you will have noticed that they both direct you to the homepage of Planet Chiropractic. Funny thing is, when checking log files I discovered that some people type the domain using chiropractic first, where as the great majority (96.95437%) type planet first. I think even fewer people realize […]

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By Michael Dorausch, D.C. To the search keyphrases for the month of November 2008, are the craziest I’ve seen on the planetchiropractic.com web site, in the past 10 years. It’s amazing how different search results can be from month-to-month. A month ago today the October results showed people were reaching the website primarily with searches for the term chiropractic, chiropractor salary, chiropractic jobs, chiropractic classifieds, and chiropractic seminars. All of those terms relate to the chiropractic profession and stuff chiropractors would typically be found searching. That wasn’t the case for November. Far from it. I took this screenshot earlier today, […]

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Creating Wellness Centre – Thank You

By Michael Dorausch, D.C. It’s not often that I receive handwritten thank you letters from chiropractors in North America or Canada. One arrived in the mail earlier this week, and I wanted to say thank you in return. The card comes from chiropractor Danny Desaulniers of A.D.I.O. Chiropractic in Okotoks (Alberta), Canada. I hope he doesn’t mind me repeating the message here. It reads… Dr. Mike Dorausch, Thank you for planetchiropractic.com. Ever since our first time meeting each other (C.A.C. convention in Niagara) I’ve enjoyed the articles & the audios that you have on your web site. Thank you for […]

Thanksgiving Recipes Side Dish Videos

By Michael Dorausch, D.C. 7 videos of Thanksgiving side dish recipes to spark your taste buds for Thanksgiving 2008. It’s that time of year, November 2008, and Thanksgiving is almost here. We already ordered our organic free range Turkey from Whole Foods in Venice Beach, California and I’ve been doing some searches for tasty Thanksgiving side dishes like cranberry sauce and sweet potato pie. I found myself watching a lot more videos versus just finding and downloading Thanksgiving side dish recipes. I figured why not post those videos here (at least I’d have them for Thanksgiving 2009) and maybe save […]

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2010 Ford Mustang Red Candy GT Coupe

By Michael Dorausch, D.C. Here is another car related post, and although I am a chiropractor (and yes this is a chiropractic blog) I’ve been a car enthusiast since I was old enough to put Hot Wheels in my mouth. I’m sure they’ve changed the paint they used back in those days. Tuesday, planetchiropractic.com had news regarding the world premiere of the 2010 Ford Mustang at the LA Auto Show. There was great anticipation to see the latest version of this classic muscle car, and I was pretty excited to put my hands behind the wheel (in the Mustang garage […]

Blogging from the LA Auto Show

By Michael Dorausch, D.C. Thanks to writing online for the past ten years, and to twitter (follow me here), I’ve been invited to cover news related to the LA Auto Show in downtown Los Angeles. From what I’ve seen so far the show looks to be an awesome experience. Even with all the doom and gloom talk about the automobile industry, this is a show people in LA can enjoy. It’s like seeing a glimpse into the future, and it’s very cool. (Photo above is the 2010 Ford Fusion Sedan) For bloggers and journalists, there is a massive media center […]

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